Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 29, 1962 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, October 29, 1962
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Tittle Jabs Redskins' NFL Bubble By JACK CLARY Atteelated Press S-ports Writer Y. A. Tittle, a pin-point passer extraordinary, sent the title chances of the New York Giants soaring in the Eastern Division of the National Football League after a record-equalug head-shaking performance that punctured the Washington Redskins' bubble. Tittle, bald dean of th e NFL's quarterbacks at a very young 36, took apart the Redskins piece-by- piece Sunday with a display of out for four weeks. Green Bay kept its ^unbeaten record atop the Western Conference with a 17-6 victory over Baltimore. Detroit took over second place by edging the Chicago Bears, 11-3. In other NFL games, the St. Louis Cards upset the Cowboys 28-24, Minnesota's Vi!angs sur prised Philadelphia BlOl and the Los Angeles Rams (1-8) upset the San Francisco 49ers (3-4) 28-14. Tittle, in his last year of pro football before retiring to devote FANFARE By WattDrtien W-ONHAU NiaHT-«P NVfiU JSB RIN6 0UNNY P/KBS Beau Purple Still On Winning Track By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j International Nov. i2 at Laurel So, what gives with this Beau j Park, Md. against top horses from . . _ _ . .. « i* ««••«•••* _lil*n ivrnwl *4 TT A'M ftf\T f/\ Cf Of Alabama, Northwestern and Smithenn Cdl Three Top College Circle aerial wizardry that equaled the ful1 time to his San Francisco in- fabled Sid Luckman's single-game record of seven touchdown passes. His effirts propelled the Giants to a resounding 49-34 victory over the previously unbeaten 'Skins. The victory left New York with a 5-2 mark as the NFL season crossed the halfwa; point, but the ! Giants were still in second place ' fects °in,the Eastern Conference, behind currecl .Washington by only 86 percentage points. The Redskins have won four, lost one and have a pair of ties. Tics do not count in the final percentages. The Giants, with Tittle's precision performances each week giving them added momentum, have the schedule on the'r side. Washington still must play New York again, has two games with the still-tough Pittsburgh Steelers, and one each with the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Colts, Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys. All but Philadelphia are rough and tumble cubs. .The Browns stayed in the Eastern Conference race by walloping Pittsburgh 41-14. Br-wn quarterback Jim Ninowski suffered a separated shoulder and may be surance business, gave the Redskins pass defense a lesson they'll never forget. He completed 27 of 39 passes for 595 yards and hit end Joe Walton for three touchdowns, halfback Joe Morrison for two and nailed Del Shofner and Frank Gifford for one each. Shofner, still suffering the ef- a shoulder separation in- two weeks ago, was his chief target. He caught 11 passes for 269 yards. The Packers (7-0) also relied on their defense, which halted the Colts eight times in Green Bay territory. Packer fullback Jim Taylor broke open the game with a 37-yard touchdown run following a pass interception by linebacker Ray Nitschke. Paul Hornung once again missed playing for the Packers because of an injured knee, but quarterback Bart Starr's passing, including a TD toss to McGee, was enough to beat the Colts (3-4). Dick Beil- ski's two field goals were all Baltimore could muster. Jim Sunning of the Detroit Tigers pitched three perfect innings in major league All-Star games in 1957 and 1981. By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Alabama, Northwestern and Southern California stood tree-top tall today as the unchallenged gi ants of the gridiron following a weekend in which three members of the nation's major college football elite ran into timber—trimming buzz-saws. Texas, holder of the No. 1 ranking for two weeks, fell from the list of unbeaten and untied te.ims as did another member of the top ten in The Associated Press poll —Wisconsin—on a Saturday program that left only eight major teams with perfect records. The Lorrghorns were tied 14-14 by winless Rice on a '.ate pass from Randall Kerbow to Ron Graham and Kerbow's conversion. Wisconsin, No. 5, dropped a 14-7 decision to Ohio State's bounce- back Buckeyes and Washington, No. 8, was tied by Ore«on 21-21. Alabama's Crimson Tide (6-0) continued to roll, pushing past Tulsa 35-6, Northwestern's Big Ten leaders (5-0) smashed once- mighty Notre Dame 35-6 and Siuthern Cal C-0) shipped Illinois 28-16. The triumvirate was ranked 2-3-4 last week. Five other teams remained undefeated and untied-Mississippi (5-0), Auburn (5-0), Nebraska (60), Dartmouth (5-0) and Ohio University (6-0) — while four teams have been tied but not beaten. On thait list are Texas (5-0-1). j Washington (4-0-2), Louisiana' State (5-0-1), Missouri (5-0-1), and Bowling Green (6-0-1). I While Bania, Northwestern and USC were parading their talents, a host of others were bucking for higher positions or beckoning for recognition among the elite. LSU and Mississippi, Nos. 6 and 7, scored easily, the Tigers man handling Florida 23-0 and Ole Miss clobbering Vanderbilt 35-0. Ninth-rated Arkansas walloped Hardin-Simmons 49-7, and No. 10 Michigan State defeated Indiana 26-8. Auburn, clamoring for a spot in ie top ten, used a last period ield goal by Woody Wootlall for 17-14 triumph over Clemson, Nebraska mauled Colorado 31-6, lissouri marched over Iowa State 1-6. Dartmouth drubbed Harvard while allowing its first touchdown and Ohio U. trampled Bufalo 41-6. Bowling Green was tied l>y Miami of Ohio 24-24. That set up some key confer ence clashes that likely will go far toward lining up the post-season bawl rosters and settling the top ten alignment. 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FITZGERALD LUMBER COMPANY Wlnterlu Your Horn* Now! tag* 7 finrdrn 1'liy Monday, October 29, 1962 . .. __. A . urple? Ever since the Fourtn f July he's been pestering the Ig name horses such as Kelso nd Carry Back. He did it again Saturday, lead- ng all the way in capturing the 114,800 Man O'War Stakes at Belmont Park. The 5-year-old bay son of Beau ar-Water Queen, by Johnstown, not only earned an almost certain bid to the ritzy Washington D.C. around the world. He's got to get some attention in the 1902 racing | championship polls to come if he | grabs the global classic. j Beau Purple, owned by Jack Dreyfus of New York, beat Kelso, the mighty horse-of-the-year for the last two seasons, by two lengths Saturday in record time for IVfc miles on the grass course. Carry Back finished fifth in a field of 12. Carry Back, as well as KetsjL already had been invited to start in the Laurel race. Bill Boland rode Beau Purple, who paid $43.30 for'$2. 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